Information for students, faculty and staff regarding COVID-19. (Updated: 17 September 2020)
The results show a very low prevalence of COVID-19 at the start of the semester, and no increase.
Sweden's so far biggest COVID-19 study has now been completed. Thousands of students and staff participated.
Susanna Pusa has been employed at Ersta Sköndal Bräcke University in Stockholm.
This week, more people have the opportunity to participate in the large study of current COVID-19 infection.
Awareness of how prostate cancer cells become mobile and spread may provide opportunities for treatment.
The aim is to perform up to 20,000 tests on students and staff between 31 August and 10 September.
A minor grant opens the door for national collaboration between young group leaders at WCMM and SciLifeLab.
Researchers will investigate if a medicine for prostate cancer also can have effect on COVID-19.
A research team has provided the mechanistic insight into protein co-aggregation in Alzheimer’s disease.
SciLifeLab and Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation funds 6 projects focusing on combating the corona.
Other physical diseases more often than the skin cause mental problems for people with psoriasis.
Intermediate of the peptidoglycan recycling pathway that can modulate synthesis and structure of cell wall.
AI robots that talk to humans are developed at Umeå University and the University Hospital of Umeå.
A regulatory system of toxin and antitoxin proteins in bacteria can be a defense system against viral attack.
All planned spring semester Industrial Doctoral School activities are cancelled due to the coronavirus.
Marie Lindkvist, Associate Professor at EpiGh has been elected by International TropEd Network.
More people were infected by coronavirus at the cruise ship in quarantine than if passengers could go ashore.
To increase involvement in health systems, decision-makers must be aware of differences in interpretation.
The coronavirus probably has a stronger ability to spread than the World Health Organization has estimated.
SEK 12 million for students from non-EU/EEA countries studying the Master's programmes in Public Health.
The 2019 Cutting Edge Award from Astellas is awarded to Andreas Josefsson.
Investigating signal pathways presents potential druggable targit to stop progression of tumor.
Sjoerd Wanrooij gets another five-year period as Wallenberg Academy Fellow.
Exercise Physiologists have excellence within physical training.
In cancer the synergistic cross-talk between the proteins contributes to cancer progression.
MIMS researchers for the first time performed targeted gene mutation in the zoonotic pathogen Chlamydia.
His hope is that the EU Arctic Forum results in greater aspirations in Arctic-related issues.
New leadership at WCMM as of 1st of July 2019.
Bacteria use the bleaching agent hydrogen peroxide to weaken the immune system and cause pneumonia.
STAR-C will use innovative digital technology to promote healthier behaviours in the population.
Live lectures about how people, ecosystems and communities are affected by climate change.
When arteries stiffen with age, the brain receives more load from the heart's beating that can cause damage.
Visit Umeå together with the CBRNE centre invite the public to Emergency Preparedness Day in central Umeå.
Near atomic details of the smallest known eukaryotic cytoplasmic protein synthesis machine provided.
Funding from Erasmus continues for Thomas Boréns exchange program with a university in Ukraine.
An American-Umeå team shows in PNAS a molecule that prevents resistance to antibiotic treating tuberculosis.
Vibrations caused by snoring can lead to injuries in the upper airways and swallowing dysfunction.
New group leaders will conduct research on brain tumors, prostate cancer and antimicrobial resistance
Joacim Rocklöv has been awarded the 2019 Prince Albert II of Monaco – Institut Pasteur Award.
One of 14 organisations in the world to receive the highest rating for their gender equality efforts.
Risk of relapse in childhood leukemia can be predicted which will make tailoring treatment possible.
The bacterium that causes tularemia can be traced with a new method if its used as a biological weapon.
A helicase, Pfh1, can protect the genome from DNA obstacles and damages associated with cancer.
Four collaborative pairs receive funding from WCMM for joint postdoctoral Fellowships.
During three days, April 9-11, the Swedish Tumor Microenvironment Meeting is held at Umeå Folkets Hus.
A component has been identified as a novel regulator that can deactivate the immune system.
Researchers Per Fransson and Daniel Öhlund receive 9 million SEK from for research in pancreatic cancer.
Ronnie Berntsson is one of five researchers in Sweden to receive a Swedish Foundations Starting Grant 2018.
On Saturday 15 December, Nobel laureate Denis Mukwege will hold a special lecture in Aula Nordica.
Injuries of radiation therapy against cancer can be orevented by blocking the activity of a plasma protein.